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Wicker industry suffers in Tunisia due to covid-19


Tunis, Sep 7 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Mohamed Messara) The wicker workshop of Fatma Mzoughi, 70, has suffered the economic onslaught of covid-19 by losing most of its sales that were destined for tourism sector and international fairs, events that have been canceled for a whole year and it is not known when they will return in the same format. According to official data, the income of the tourism sector in Tunisia has decreased by 65% during the current year, and the number of arrivals decreased by 78%. The sector's losses have been estimated over the past year at more than $ 2.1 billion, according to Tunisian Tourism Minister Habib Ammar.FOOTAGE FROM THE FATMA MZOUGHI WICKER WORKSHOP IN TUNIS

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